[Netkit.users] Netkit and OpenFlow/OVS
julien.iguchi-cartigny at lifl.fr
Mon Aug 25 14:41:52 CEST 2014
I've developped an updated version of the netkit fs and kernel (wheezy
version of debian). They're available here:
I've played a little bit to install <http://openvswitch.org/> on it but
I've some problem during install (error messages during install and no
terminal when image boots).
Thus if you have some time to install ourself, i think it would be the
best option at the present time.
Maybe an alternative is to install CPqD.
Don't hesistate to contact me for any help.
On 08/17/2014 03:03 PM, Massimo Rimondini wrote:
> Dear Andreas,
> thank you very much for your interest in Netkit and in this matter.
> At present, Netkit does not include components to experiment with
> OpenFlow like, e.g., switches (Open vSwitch, CPqD, etc.) or controllers
> (POX, Ryu, etc.).
> This is something we are interested in considering but, for the moment,
> the best option is to use Mininet  or interact directly with
> OpenFlow-capable software components using tools like ovs-ofctl or dpctl.
> In case you are interested, we are maintaining some OpenFlow-related
> documentation that can help in carrying on experiments with Software
> Defined Networks. You can find it here:
> Best regards,
>  http://mininet.org/
> Il 12/08/2014 17.04, Andreas Voellmy ha scritto:
>> Does Netkit now include a kernel or user-space OVS ? If so, it
>> would allow users to easily create labs to experiment with OpenFlow
>> switches and network controllers.
>>  http://openvswitch.org
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